Stockbridge UMC will have a craft bizarre this Saturday April 18th from 10 am to 5 pm. The crafts are presented by the Happy Hearts Group and will be held in the Fellowship Hall. Stockbridge UMC is located at North Henry Blvd or Highway 138. Take Exit 225 from I-75. For more information call 770-402-7930.
You are invited to the first annual Charity Motorcycle Ride for Teen Challenge. This event will take place on April 18, starting at 9am. The ride is about 36 miles long, and it will be held at 5835 GA Hwy 20, Loganville, GA 30052. This event is not just for motorcyclists, but anyone and everyone (including children) who is interested in coming out to have a good time with live music, testimonies, food, games, prizes, and more. Event officials are also going to be selling tickets for a chance to win a fully restored 2006 Harley Davidson Road King Custom motorcycle. The drawing for that will be held on May 30, 2015.
McDonough First Assembly of God invites the community to worship with them. They will have one service only with William Franklin (Will) Graham IV on Sunday, April 19th at 10:45 a.m. Will is Vice President of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, grandson of Rev. Billy Graham and son of Franklin Graham. He conducts evangelistic services all over the world to thousands of people on behalf of BGEA. The church is located at 338 Hwy 42 North (1 mile north of the square) in McDonough.
Pastor Robert Vines and the members of The Ole Country Church at 2649 Hwy 155 North, in McDonough would like to invite you to our 3rd Sunday Night Singing on April 19th at 6:00, featuring the Freemans from Hendersonville Tennessee. No Cover charge, a love offering will be accepted. We hope you can join us.
Ever wonder why Christians get baptized? You can find out this Saturday, April 18 as Peachtree City United Methodist Church continues its’ Grow Deeper series on Baptism. Everyone is invited to join this discussion at the Robinson Road campus from 9 a.m. – noon. The focus will center on the history of baptism, why babies are baptized, and how individuals can grow in their experience and understanding of this foundational Christian action. For more information, contact Sharon McNeal, director of communications, 770.632.3777
Bethel Baptist of Rocky Mount will be hosting their Spring Revival April 19th – 22nd with Reverend Aaron McCullough of Fresh Fire Ministries. Service times are Sunday at 11 am and 6 pm, and Monday through Wednesday at 7 pm. The church is located at 200 Bethel Church Road in Luthersville. More information at www.bborm.org
Singer and Songwriter Terah Lynn will be hosting a CD release party for Beauty In Broken Down Places at Imperial Theater Park on Solomon Street in historic downtown Griffin on Friday April 24th at 7:30 pm. This event is free to the public. For more information visit www.Terahlynn.com
The City of Griffin will host a Career Fair on April 22, 2015 from 2pm to 6pm at the Griffin Welcome Center located at 143 North Hill Street. The City of Griffin’s Career Fair is a chance for job seekers to learn more about the types of jobs available and meet face to face with hiring managers from every department including but not limited to Police, Fire, Electric and Water/Wastewater. The dress code for the Career Fair is Business Casual. Job seekers should bring resumes and an ink pen.
Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy is proud to present three full performances of the original Broadway production of Oliver. Thursday April 30th at 7 pm, Friday May 1st at 7 pm and Saturday May 2nd at 11 am in the main auditorium at the Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy campus in McDonough. Tickets are 8 dollars each and can be purchased at the door the day of the performance. The Original broadway production of Oliver, performed by Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy April 30th through May 2nd. For more information call 770-957-2927 or visit ELCA Online dot org slash oliver
Fly for Wounded Veterans – a fundraiser to support the wounded warriors project. This event will take place Saturday May 2nd from 8 am until 3 pm at the Thomaston Airport. Bring the whole family! Flights for adults are $20 each and kids 12 and under $10 per flight. There will also be hotdogs and hamburgers. For more information call 770 – 468 – 7470, that’s 770 – 468 – 7470
The Charlie Elliot Wildlife Center will be hosting their 19th Annual Jakes Day event. This event is free to the public and will take place Saturday May 9th rain or shine. DNR staff will assist kids with archery, fishing, shooting sports and mini boat rides. There will also be live animals and outdoor exhibits. Plus a free hotdog lunch. Charlie Elliot Wildlife Center is located near Mansfield and for more information and directions visit Charlie Elliot dot org
Peachtree City United Methodist Church is offering a unique Summer Camp, June 1-5, 2015, called Road Rules. It’s a summer camp so cool it can’t stay in one place. A team of 6-8th grade students and a team of 9-12th graders will “duel” it out on a cross-country “bucket list adventure.” Cost is $325 which includes lodging (RVs), activities, meals, and a t-shirt. A $100 non-refundable deposit is due by May 3 to reserve your child’s space. By May 31, the final balance, $225, is due at the mandatory luggage drop off meeting, at the Windgate HUB (400 Windgate Road), from 12:30-2 p.m. For more information about PTCUMC and its’ programs, contact Sharon McNeal, director of communications, 770.632.3777, email:email@example.com.
Ringgold Baptist Church located at 9 Jenkinsburg Road in Griffin is celebrating their 10th Anniversary Homecoming on Sunday, May 3rd. A covered dish lunch will follow the morning worship which begins at 11 AM.
Todd Robinson will be the special guest speaker at the East Griffin Baptist Church revival services on May 3rd through the 6th at 7 pm each night. There will also be special music and activities for the whole family. The public is invited to attend these revival services at East Griffin Baptist Church, located at 999 High Falls Road in Griffin. For more information call 770 – 227 – 7847
Griffin Choral Arts, under the direction of Dr. Stephen J. Mulder, will present “CELTIC BLESSINGS,” on Thursday, May 7, at 7:30 pm at Griffin First Baptist Church (106 W. Taylor St.). The season finale features special guest fiddler Jamie Laval performing music inspired by Celtic lands and traditions. Choral classics, folk songs, and crossover repertoire will conclude our season with a celebration of this musical culture rich in Celtic soulfulness. Tickets are $15 general admission (all ages) at the door or in advance in Griffin at Artistic Flowers and Gifts, Safehouse Coffee Roasters, and First United Methodist Church, in Barnesville at Goggans Florist, and in Zebulon at A Novel Experience bookstore. For more information about Griffin Choral Arts call 888-SING1-88 (888-746-4188) or visit the GCA website:www.griffinchoralarts.org.